CORNING, Calif.- The Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians tribe have launched a fundraiser to help the victims of the Camp Fire. The tribe says they will match up any cash donations of up to $100,000.
Most of the money comes from the Rolling Hills Casino and from the tribe itself. They reside in Northern California and say its all about paying it forward to the community.
"Its one of our values as a tribe and as an organization to want to help our community and our surrounding community," said tribal chairman Andrew Alejandre.
The casino is also accepting non-perishable donations and will serve a complimentary buffet to any Paradise resident with an ID as well as first responders.
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